Enjoy the rest of the summer!


Erskine Enquirer

Wow, one month left of summer. Take the time to head out to the lake and have a picnic with the family.

The hay crops have taken a beating with the rain falling on the swaths. The other cash crops are looking well and hopefully the weather holds up and we get a good harvest. My garden sure has liked all the rain. We just need more heat.

The Jaiden Robbins Golf tournament held earlier this summer turned out really well. Many family and friends showed up for this event and money raised went to the Stollery’s Children Hospital.

Erskine United Church services start up again on August 7 at 9am.

Happy Anniversary wishes goes out to Murray and Nancy Bauman Aug 5 and Ken and Kathy Pivert Aug 6.

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